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. >> we believe that there, that the person that barricaded himself inside the cabin and engage entered gunfire with our deputy and other law enforcement officers is still inside there. even though the building burned. >> that's just moments ago. tonight at 9:00. man hunt may over in southern california. deputy dies and the former cop turned killer may in a mountain cabin gone up in flames. >> this year apple will start making mack in america again. >> state of the union address
>> live breaking news. >> growing economy. create good middle class jobs. that must be the north star that guides our efforts. >> president obama takes on the economy and annual state of the union speech tonight. he also tackled controversial topic like gun control and global warming. >> one of the deposit ty injured. being treated at loma linda. unfortunately one of our deputy passed away as result of the injuries.
>> tragedy after gun ballots in southern california with man thought to be a fugitive ex cop. awaiting word right now on whether christopher dorner has in fact died in the mountain cabin that you see there in flames. good evening i'm dan. there were reports net that a body was found inside the cabin. this past hour authorities can not confirm that. temperatures are still too hot to go inside after the cabin caught fire.in fact may take days before they know for certain. we are live in los angeles for with us the latest on this. >> tv good evening dan. that's right we have been getting conflicting reports over the last couple hours. this is what we can confirm and do kno know. the fire deadly shoot without police is over. authorities are now combing through a huge crime scene as we still wait for official confirmation. that the man believed to be christopher dor dorper was killed. >> this is a relentless fire. >>reporter: intense stand off turned inferno. man hunt for
accused cop killer dorner has taken another deadly turn. after a week on the run police say suspect matching dorner description was involved in a shot out with deputy. >> one of the deputy was injured and unfortunately one of our deputy passed away as a result of his injuries. >>reporter: suspect spotted tuesday afternoon in the san bernardino mountains. several miles from where dorner burned out truck was found. authorities say he first held 2 women hostages in the home including jay hilton wife. >> he tied broke in tied up and stole the car. they are okay as far as we know they are fine. >>reporter: one of the hostages untied herself and called 911. but when deputy caught up to the suspect he abandoned the stolen car and fled on foot leading to somewhat out. tense moments of gun fir were caught on the air during the live report on kcbs. st that's when authorities say the suspect barricaded himself
inside this cabin. s.w.a.t. team surrounded the home and released this message. >> enough is enough. time to turn yourself in. time to stop the blood shed. time to let this event and let this incident be over. >> dorner promised in his alleged on line manifest there would be no negotiating. gunshots were fired. then this blaze engulfed a cane. fire that burned through the night. the. >> despite early reports a body has been found lapd and other authorities including the sheriff's department up in san certain dino nobody has been removed yet because the cabin is still too hot to search. this is abc 7 news. >> couple questions. i know they can not confirm body inside dorner is the person inside but from what i am hearing on the scene they must think the danger has surely passed because most of the cops have pulled out; is that correct? >> the we are seeing a lot of
officers pull back. when the scene first started unfolding this afternoon we saw hundreds an hundreds of officers flock to the region. according to the witnesses the 2 women who claim that they were tied up the, they say the man looked a lot like christopher dorner. according to the department of fish and game the agents chasing the suspect who looks like dorner they also said it looked like dorner they would identify him as dorner. right now everyone is being cautious because until they get a positive i.d. things they don't want to overreact just in case dorner may still be at large but does appear like everything we have been getting this could be in fact dorner. >> seems that way. ask you about the cabin when it caught fir today and then reports there was a gunshot shortly after that time or at some point before. what do you know about why the fire or how the fire started. >>reporter: that's what we are trying to find out dan. you are correct. this is what we hear in los angeles watching all the information come in.
one shot was fired according to our sources as swat was surrounding the scene and then after that shot was fired we saw this eruption of flames. fire that burned for hours. whether that was authorities going in or possibly dorner we don't know. what we do know is everyone was talking about here is you may remember seeing the video tmz obtained buying scuba geevrment he could have possibly had breathing apparatus with him so authorities have been very kawsh because how they have approached the situation just in case. >> thanks so much. reporting from us. great job all day thank you so much. >> well this situation obviously is her telling us to unfold. we stay on top of it obviously. updates on 7 news as soon as they happen during this newscast. full report at 11:00 o'clock over on channel 7 and of course on our web site and twitter all the platform we coop you up to date on the major development today in southern california. >> now the other big story. to the state of the union. president obama turned the
focus to the economy. his speech unveiled new government initiative aim at creating job jobs. he challenged deeply divided law make investigators find xro nice achieve the goal. president announced plans to withdraw more troops afghanistan. president addressed the nation on the state of the union for the first time since being reelected. we are in washington. >> the president of the united states. >> thank you. >>reporter: president obama touching on topic from education to strengthening the middle class. >> it's our unfinished task to make sure that this government works on behalf of the many. not just the few. >>reporter: the president gave of the address a noticeable presence of small ribbon. worn by the more than 40 invited guests. all victims or related to victims of gun violence. >> it has been two months since newtown. i know this is not the first time this country has debated out of reduced gun
violence. but this time is different. >> president also announced that half of the troops now serving in afghanistan about 3 34,000 will be home by this time next year. but focus remained pray mayoral on the economy. with several proposal including a plan to raise the minimum wage. >> tonight let's declare that in the wealthiest nation on earth no one who works full-time should have to live in poverty. >>reporter: republicans shot back. the party response given in both spanish. and english by florida senator rubio. who accused the president of hurting the middle class with deficit spending and tax hike. >> the idea that more taxes and more government spending is the best way to help hard working middle class taxpayers. that's an old idea that has failed every time it has been tried. >>reporter: now the president will go on the road to promote the agenda outlined tonight. first stop in north carolina tomorrow. this is abc news
washington. >> president obama also emphasized technology in his state of the union and he specifically referenced apple. ceo tim cook attended the speech as the guest of the white house. and the president mentioned in his speech that apple will once again build mack xawt interamerica. they have been building apple product and main manufacturing facility is in china. middle school student suffered minor injuries this afternoon after being struck by a car in the east bay. we were over the intersection of el captain drive in danville where the student was hit. the intersection is near charlotte wood middle school to give you a frame of reference. happened at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon just as class were his letting out for the day and kids heading home. students suffered minor injury and driven to the hospital by a parent. the driver of the vehicle stopped and we are told is cooperating with authoritie authorities. >> police say they have few ladies in a somewhating in vallejo last night. 22-year-old man killed there. 4 others injured. police say it happened at home on humboldt street. neighbors toll us
there have been problems with those in the house ever since they moved in. >> just moved here like a month ago and whole bunch of ruckus and stuff going on every since. >> there was a fight out here friday. then a couple shots out here saturday night so just been progressing. just matter of time before it happened i guess. >>reporter: police are not sure what led to the shooting them don't have any 1 in custody at this point. >> elementary school in san bruno facing closure again. school district has 1.4 million dollar deficit and superintendent says closing this school could help balance the budget. but it would be another hardship forsome residents of the community hit by the massive gas pipe lane explosion back in 2010. ask board members considered closing the school last year but local out cry kept it open. school board meeting to discuss the closure will be held tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. of course we'll cover it. very busy day. more to bring you. san mateo water leak kills hundreds of fish. coming up
hear the dangerous chemical in the water and repairs under way to clean up the mess. plus. >> i'm in sacramento the oil company believe there are 15 bill barrels of oil underneath california. fracking may extract it but environmentalist believe there are great risk involved. >> i'm in the accu-weather forecast center. we still have more mild weather coming our way but rain developing now. i have the accu-weather forecast coming up. >> wrestling dropped from the olympic. why the decision was made and how young bay area athlete are reacting to it. [ woman ] don't forgeto it. the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking.
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dechlorinated but that happened only after thousands of gallons flowed into the san mateo creek and killed unknown number of trout. these look like rainbow but the threatened steel head species might also have lived here. steve rodgers lives along the creek and noticed the dead fish sunday morning. >> at the bottom of the pool all the fish were dead. laying on the bottom some floating to the top. some on stream bank. >>reporter: rodgers more than a passing interest in the trout. he's on the board of environmental group called california trout. devoted to protecting and restoring native species in the state. he's upset and worried it could take years to restore the habitat if possible at all. >> this was steel head stream historically. it's no the good. >> we don't like to kill fish. we don't want to kill fish. and so we have to find a way to keep these button up. >>reporter: san francisco p uc doesn't know yet whether caused the pipe to break but age certainly play add role. it was 75 to 80 years old and
scheduled for row placement. handful of environmental agency are investigating for possible penalty against the p uc. >> regional water quality board national fishery service have all been informed and that's their job is to the determine penalty should be assessed and they will do their job. >> to clarify the steel head are category as threatened under the endangered species act. have to be some dna test to go determine exactly which species were killed in the creek because of this spill. >> along sky lane boulevard on the peninsula. 7 news. >> if you take bart you may soon pay more for your commute. bart propose add 5.2% indmres fare for 2013 raising the average fare by 18 cents from 3.44 to 3.62 for a ride. bart officials say it's nose stay on track with inflation. plan would slight increase fares in 2016, 2018 and 2020 and include
increase at busiest bart parking lot. the board will discuss the proposal thursday that takes place in oakland. >> tuition at stanford going up next year. board of trustee voted to raise tuition today. that means undergraduate students will pay 56,000 dollars plus for room board and few asian year start thanksgiving fall. increase affects undergraduate general graduate students graduate engineering students medical and law students. the board also raised tuition by 3.9 percent for first year nba students. . it offers 130 million dollars a year in inif. >> be prepared for delay if traveling through san francisco international airport this weekend. one of the 2 runway used for arrival at sfo will be closed for safety upgrade that are required to meet federal safety standard. the usual 60 flights per hour expected to be reduced to about 30 cut in half basically. temporary shut down
begins at 10:00 p.m. friday night and last until 8:00 a.m. monday morning. so if flying out of sfo this weekend just expect that you may delayed. >> often delayed by weather there. this is different reason. spencer is here. he's here what looks to be a is in forecast. >> i foresee no weather delay in the immediate why the forecast. no weather related. not for the next 5 or 6 days. here's mount tam camera on to the bay and san francisco off in the distance. clear evening around the bay area and rapidly becoming quite a cool one chilly one. look at live doppler 7 hd that he reveals that we are basically cloud free right now. some low clouds lurking offshore but not affecting land 80's yet although we could see patchy fog develop over nature. right now temperature readings generally in the 40's. 40 at nap a.41 at fairfield 50 at antioch. 51 at oakland and 50 here in san francisco. forecast feature are these
areas of fog will develop over tonight. see maileder days writ open that the weekend and cooling begins on sunday. after string of very mild spring lake day. satellite image high pressure dominant feature with huge ridge of high pressure as a matter of fact and keep the dry pat nern place right on through the weekend but there is chance of some rain coming our way next week. forecast animation 11:00 o'clock tonight. notice how overnight some of the fox now near the coast will start to push locally inland but not very wide spread. few places across the bay and east bay side some fog someplaces up in the north bay. generally though we have mostly clear skies and chilly conditions with low pressure dropping into the mid 30's in the north bay valley and east bay valley and livermore and concord. upper 30's to low 40's writ around the basement low of 45 here in san francisco. then tomorrow the fog will give way to sunny skies by midmorning and we get in the afternoon hours we see brit sunny conditions mild once again even milder than today.
high pressure beginning to inch up just a little bit day by day mid 60's if clover dale santa rosa napa in the east bay. mid 60's at antioch. concord down at san jose. high of 64. right along the bayshore line. 60 in san francisco. and just monterey bay mainly mid 60's morgan hill gilroy and monterey high of skuchbility here's the 7 day forecast. thursday of course valentine's day and it's a sweet heart of a day. sunny mild high pressure in the upper 60's. except the coast in the mid 60's. friday probably the mailedest day in the forecast period over all. high at 70 degrees around the bayshore line upper 60's inland. miss 60's on the coast. remain mild on saturday with couple degrees of cooling on the coast. they will cool down more sharply on sunday and monday which by the way is president's day and tuesday finally have a chance of showers after string of lovely dry mild day. so get
ready for some showers. >> couple week of dry weather and long stretch of dry weathe weather. >> that's the pattern so far thiser 82. >> thanks. >> sweet heart of a day. >> sweet heart of a guy. >> okay. >> still to come tonight on 7 news at 9. shopping on twitte twitter. able to pay for product by sending out a tweet. stay with us. 7 news
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what were you looking at. >> we all pay the not like all the fee from his the air lanes but they are doing better in many other ways these days. federal transportation official said airlines lost fewer bags last year than ever in recorded history. major carrier mishandled 3 bag for every on one,000 passengers. that's the lowest level since record began in 1987. they also arrived on time nearly 82 percent of the time. third best perform nancy 18 years. financial tlael were 42 tarmac delays lasting more than 3 hours. that's not grit but better than 2011 when 50 long delay. analyst say airlines are doing better partly because they are running fewer flights. >> we talked earlier about the state of the union address. for some people the pageant try of the state of the annual address just as exiting as the speech itself. >> mr. speaker. the president of the united states. [applause].
>>reporter: house sergeant at arms introduced the president second time. he got the job last year. for 17 years before that wilson living good did the honors introducing president clinton bush and 0bam am a. he says the short moment in the spotlight takes plenty of practice as sergeant in arments. >> practice in my office. practice at home. practice in the car. and i didn't want to get that wrong. even though it's only words. mr. speaker the president of the united states. i wrote it on a piece of paper. and i kept it in my hand. the fix year i wrote it on a piece of paper and kept it in my pocket. >> don't blow it. biggest issue before tonight state of the union address for many lawmakers was where they would get to situation. aisle seat in the house chamber hot commodity. some lawmakers wait 12 hours to hold the seat. they want to be on national television and have a few moments with the president. some like this representative
used the moment to say things to the president like don't forget us in north carolina. others lake new york representative ingle used the moment to make a more global statement from his aisle seat eons you remembered president bush to stand by israel. >> welcome up next. the park that is being taken apart. tonight why a bank is paying to remove bathrooms and benches from the city green. >> plus. >> wrestling about dropped from the 2020 lucky. the reason coming up. >> also. who will be the next pope. the odds on the papal line up. >> dog really gets you. up next. scientist figured out how they know the best time to steal from you. another half hour of news begins here on 7 hour of news begins here on 7 news at 9:00 coming up next.
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>> prediction of possible oil boom for the golden state were made in sacramento today. but some believe this new oil comes far too high a price. abc 7 news capitol correspondent annette was there today when lawmakers took up the controversial method for getting all the oil. it's called fracking. >> californians know the up and down of gas prices. but the oil industry says the state is sitting on game khaerng. underneath the golden state is supposedly 15 bill barrel of oil mostly from the monterey shale stretching hundreds of miles. if true the reserve could position california as the next oil boom state creating jobs and filling government covers. >> you could replace all the foreign import in california for 50 years. it's huge amount of oil.
>>reporter: but the way to get unreachable oil or natural gas deposit out of trapped rock is controversial. >> the cementing process prevents contamination of the fresh water aqua fir. >>reporter: fracking involves injecting into the earth huge amounts of water sand and chemicals under high pressure stchltz while fracking has been happening in california for decades new technology is making it easier to weigh through california complicated geology. >> there are wells that have failed and have led to problem and not associated with fracking. >>reporter: they say it's unregulate entered california. state lawmakers finally holding hearings about the hotly debated extraction method. earthquake are a concern, health issues seem to be a priority. >> it's a sham. it will not secure our energy future. merely pollute our world trade center and air. it should be banned. >>reporter: governor brown has are released proposed regulation requiring drillers to the announce where they
intend to infrastructure and what chemical used. still environmentalist aren't satisfied national debate on fracking was featured in the movie the promised land starring matt damon. in sacramento, abc 7 news. this is interesting. hole in the ozone layer expected to close-up completely in the next few decade. european space agency or esa says the hole in the earth atmosphere slunk in the decade. current recovery rate ozone concentration should be back to the 1960's level in another 30 years or so. esa says the rebound is direct result of worldwide agreement in the 1990's to cut back toxic emission. research shows drastic changes in the ozone layers health ever since then. >> magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook a portion of rural nevada county this afternoon. struck the community of tonopah which is about 122 miles south east of carson city after 4:00 o'clock today. this happened. people in sacramento and parts
of california central valley also felt some of the shaking. so far no reports of major damage were injuries from the quake. tumbler followed by several other after shock always the case it seems. largest was magnitude 3.7 that was in the same general area. bank in stockton taking extreme measure to prevent crime. bank directly across from a park where gunfire is paerply rampant. and so as reporter explains bank now paying the city to make the park less inviting place for trouble make investigators hang out. >> last march we covered one of the many shootings that happened in or near free mont plaza. minister that day was fed up with the violence around stockton. >> i'm sick and tire of our kids dying behind this. this is silly. i have been in sock ton 27 years now. >> have you ever seen it this crazy out here. >> no. >> maybe fremont plaza will become more peaceful. bathroom
here are locked up. all the tables and benches are gone. police say the problem started with people gambling drinking and smoking dope. >> it can start very early and go until dark. actually it's nice when it rains. quiet par park. >>reporter: violence would come next. >> we respond to that park and that general neighborhood numerous times this past year for shootings. street robbery. and the park specifically for drug dealing. >> stockton in bankruptcy cour court. the bank of stockton pay for the crew would tack out the table and pevrjs. another welcome example of the community stepping up to help a city with the crime issues. >> business district down there knows we have limited resource that's why they brought this to the police department and this is what we have been preaching for the last 6 months getting the community more involved. >>g more about pope benedict resignation tonight. we have pictures of the place he will live in
retirement. he's supposedly going to quit at the end of the month. plus the call for new pope who represents a changing world now. nuts reporter david right is at the vatican. >> end of the month he will have to mav out of the of palace. pope official residence since the 17th century. every previous occupant stayed until he died. pope benedict will be the first to walk out the door. won't have to walk far. today the vatican revealed his retirement home just behind st. peter's. former nun with the own chapel and library. vatican spokesman disclosed new details about the pope deteriorating health. revealing he has a pacemaker. recently underwent surge are i to replace the battery. >> nothing sudden. past few years he certainly slowed down a bit. >>reporter: already the focus on chasing successor. process not at all lake voting for president. >> tried to read god mind. who
do you want as pope. >> black pope or asian pope would make history. one possible candidate cardinal peter turk of began a. >> new pope has to be very sensitive to the present condition of humanity. >> for century the college of cardinal has been overwhelmin overwhelmingly white. among the voting cardinal today there are as many italian as african and asian combined. papacy tends to reflect that. today irish bookie outside saint peter square taking better. >> fv that would be cardinal mark of montal. would be the first north american pope. >> don't really like better belittling the process. >> we watch as they contracting the bookie off.
>> it's entertainment. >> speculating on who the next pope will be is a form of entertainment. about everybody here in rome seems to be engaged in right now but unless you are one of the men in red on the inside of the conclave, it's just a parlor game. >> this is abc news rome. >> we shall see. all right what's going to happen when you turn out the lights at the house tonight. study finds dogs more likely to steal food in the dark. so what does that even mean? we have that story as we continue. >> plus really bad pass turns in very lucky shot. 7 news at in very lucky shot. 7 news at m
the oldest olympic sports of the games. lee ann explains why. >> wrestling a tradition at rear don high school in san francisco since 1979. martin says scrapping the ancient sport from the 2020 olympic just doesn't make sense. >> i couldn't believe it. honestly. i definitely think that wrestling is just unique sport like test you lake intellectually and like physically. >>reporter: in ancient greece wrestling no. 1 sport of the olympic games. and has been one of the modern olympic sports since 18 knicks. today decision drops the number of core sports in the summer olympic to 25. the olympic committee executive board voted to did away with wrestling saying the olympic committee executive board voted to do away with wres lipping saying it's not a case of what is wrong with wrestling. it is what is right with the other 25 core. >> we have seen pro life asian
of x game type sports that are more visual and more towards yirng audience wishing wrestling out of the 2020 olympic games it leaves the door open for one other sport. among those considered are squash, wake boarding and chinese sport. >> i went call them a sport because wrestling is one of the toughest ever ihtion that sentiment echo on twitter. followers tweeted what a terrible decision. ridiculous. >> olympic has been a vehicle that we use to motivate kids. excite kid. we look at our olympic gold medalist and olympian as role model. hero. study them and yes we are going to lose that. >>reporter: today usa wrestling started a petition on facebook to try to convince the i o c to reconsider. in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> well we love dog for the loyalty and their friendship but new study suggest we should add craft iness to the
attribute. researchers found dog 4 times more likely to steal food from the hawm answer if lights off. dog could have flexible understanding meaning they have some capacity to understand uh-hum an viewpoint. for instance when the lights are off dog recognize human has a hard time seeing and can therefore get away with a little snack time thievery. how many times have you noticed your dog doesn't jump up on the counter. they wait until you walk out. >> count down to oscar suchbilityd academy awards not just about the movies. coming up on 7 news at financial:00. pull back the curtain on the pu[ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation,
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sdoons of 10 time nominee and 3 time winner at wood for snow white and the hunts man. costumes for the same ferry tale tale interpreted for mirror mirror battling cancer during production and died before learning she was a nominee. when the actual costumes from the nominated movie like les mis are on manikin, the costumes of the star not the actor and starting next year the best cost calm stein nominee will not come from a wider voting group of the academy. >> from now on you may see a shiitely different group of best costume nominee because from now on nominee coming from just the cost calm designers themselves. >> what better than to have the people who actually understand what they are the looking at and what it took to get something on screen to function and perform and be magnificent on screen cost calm which is and people who create it nominate their colleague. >> curator kevin jones says students at the fashion institute condition study the
costume firsthand but all movie fans can visit through the end of april to appreciate in person what is truly an art exhibit. >> that's adrian reporting. we are the only place to watch the os considers on february 24th. start getting ready with our official oscar app. my pick feature has details on the number 93 and we'll keep track of the favorites. app available for i-phone i-pad android and the kindle fear. it's oscar time. >> one last check on the forecast. about a being to spencer who is tracking it all for us on live doppler 7 hd. >> things looking good. here's live doppler 7hd cloud free 60 right now except for low coastal clouds that may produce some patches of fog overnight but tomorrow will be a season day after few patches of early morning fog. low 60's near the coast. mid 60's around the bay inland. more days like this coming our way. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. thursday valentine's day. lovely sunny mild high pressure
in the upper 60's. up to about 70 on friday. mainly upper 60's on saturday. then we begin to cal did you know on sunday. monday is president's dayko. it will continue the cooling trend on tuesday a chance of rain slight chance of showers. haven't seen snow showers awhile. overdue. bring it hey. >> high school girl basketball team in colorado can say the buns went their way tonight. on monday i should say. check this out. time running out third quarter. anna of the school gets the ball and heaves toward the bass can it 75 feet away. it is short but a huge bounce. hits the backboard and it goes in. watch this again. pretty amazing. 75 feet. here's the big bounce. and there it goes. >> wow! >> even she heaved the ball from beyond the 3 point line only given 2 points because the ball bounced inside the 3 point line. didn't matter though. the team won
that-22. >> ought to get 4 point for that. >> agree of difficulty the is high. >> you see guys throw tonight from like 75 feet. 3 quarter court but never on a bounce. >> that's a 4 pointer. >> it should be that larry up next. >> all right n.sports tonight. insanity to the bay area. jeremy lin back in town. the rocket hammer the warriors one week ago and trying to do it week ago and trying to do it again any. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it!
>> come up tonight at 11:00. chris dorner man hunt somewhat out ladies to fire but tonight there's new confusion and speculation about whether it is dorner in that cabin. we have the very lit 40's southern california. most tweeted moment of tonight state of the union address. those stories and more on abc 7 news at 11 over on channel 7. hope you can join us for that. larry here. warriors in town. >> license sanity has returned. i missed license sanity. it's different. in new york it was a big del in houston off the radar a little but looking into 4 game losing streak warriors
back home tonight hosting the former warrior jeremy lin alive and well in houston. asian heritage night. this is how they get ready for action. meditation regame. warriors out running early here. streaking thompson and play with 22. david lee 3 of 10 shootings. one of the few highlights tonight. harrison barns with authority but he had only 7 points. warrior bit knot showing up in the game. here's friend points. 10 assist in the game. late second quarter warriors on the run. thompson with the finish. one of jeremy 10 astlis to par son. big night. pull away in the fourth quarter. morris. throwing down. hard over andrew. follow with a wing 3 to make it 107-95. remember they made 23-3 against the warriors a week ago. not nearly close to that this game
but look at lynn finishing off the warrior. rocket victory so the were yours head to the all star break on 5 game lasting streak. for jeremy life settled down for the the star who exploded in new york. 96 didn't want to pay him big money so he sign in the off season. jeremy goal now not so much lin-sanity just consisten consistent. >> the whole len sanity. no way to keep it up in terms of not on the court but off the court everything that the hype the buzz. so definitely glad that things are really settled did you know and i'm in houston and i'm just a young player trying to get better. that's what i try to appreciate the game every day and far from finished product and i have so much to agree and improve on. >> diagnose fine this season. one night after a scathing review and rebuke fromcoach the shark back on the ice
tonight in nashville. better effort but didn't score a single goal. hard to win that wait a minute looking for answers. fund some defensivel defensively. second period kick a beauty on weber. the other end joe into peck with 25 saves. hockey is rough. justin a stick to the face from martin. scoreless 10 seconds left. face off. saved and to over time. joe the puck is inching towards the goal line. and it's clear. minute and a half later. ellis shot on goal. wilson taps it in. good night game over drive home safely. sharks do earn a point in the over time loss but fall for sixth consecutive game in nashville. giants hold the first work out spring training tomorrow. pitchers and catc catchers getting to work. familiar face back with the giants. torrez returned. he was a fan favorite after his heroel